I posted on here last week, but am starting to get a bit worried so wanted some more advice.
I'm 10 dpi now, and since 4 dpo I've been spotting with light brown discharge. It hadn't really got any heavier and seemed to ease off yesterday. Today though it seems to have got heavier and darker. The same kind of spotting happened to me last month at 10 dpo also. Does anyone have any idea what's going on? I'm starting to stress out a bit.
I've been off bc since November and my periods seemed to go back to normal for 3 months and have now gone loop since we've started ttc.
Hi flowergirl, I've not got any advice I'm afraid but I'm in similar boat-I had very slight spotting at 4dpo (Friday) and then slightly heavier yesterday as though AF was going to turn up, then today just a brown staining on a pad. I have had a short lp the last 2 cycles, and am on cycle 6 after coming off bc (though took 3 months for first cycle to show).
It's stressing me too, just want to know one way or another. Have you done a pregnancy test yet? At 7dpo I'm still a little early x
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